Her hair came out by the handful this morning, so we decided it was time to cut it. She wasn't too keen on the idea, but warmed up to it mildly after I told her that I would go first. I had never shaved my head before, so this was a first and possibly not the last. I must say, I'm excited about waking up tomorrow morning not needing to worry about bedhead. Plus, I look like the rest of my brother-in-laws and nephews who are already reaping the benefits of being bald. Natalie was pleased enough when her own hair was finally gone. She says it feels better, although her scalp is tender to the touch. She looks beautiful.
The doctors are pleased with her progress, but caution us that she still has a long road to recovery. We are very proud of her, and although there are more frowns than smiles lately, she is showing her grit as she muscles through each jolt of pain.
Again, Lisy and I are so grateful for the love and help from all of you. One of our greatest desires of late is; having the ability to adequately express our love and appreciation for the burden taken off of our shoulders by all of you. We love you, and thank you from the warmest places of our hearts.
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